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STREAM THE ROSE BOWL ON SLING

WATCH THE ROSE BOWL WITH SLING

There’s a reason the Rose Bowl is called “The Granddaddy of Them All.” Originally known as the “Tournament East-West Football Game,” The Rose Bowl started in 1902 and was the first college football bowl game. On the first day of January of 1902, the Michigan Wolverines went head-to-head against Stanford University and won 49-0. Since then, the Rose Bowl has taken on the name of the stadium it has always been played in—and it is now the highest-attended college football game of the season. Every three years the Rose Bowl hosts a College Football Playoffs National Semifinal game. During non-playoff years, the bowl sees a matchup between the Big Ten and Pac-12 Conference Champions. Past meetings include Oklahoma vs. Georgia, USC vs. Michigan and Stanford vs. Columbia. Find out who will come out on top this year and watch the Rose Bowl on Sling TV.

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Updated May 8, 2019

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WHEN AND WHERE IS THE ROSE BOWL?

Every New Year's Day, college football fans across the country know to tune into the Rose Bowl. With plenty of bowl games to choose from, spectators across conferences tune in to watch the Rose Bowl game for its popularity, history and must-see moments. For more than a hundred years, the Rose Bowl has been played in Pasadena, California. This New Year’s Day game is also preceded each year by the famous Rose Parade. Each year excitement builds for the big football game as flower-adorned floats and marching bands parade through the packed streets of Pasadena. The parade is now a New Year’s Day tradition that is viewed by hundreds of thousands along the parade route and broadcast across the country.

HOW TO LIVE STREAM THE ROSE BOWL

College football fans—be sure to mark your calendar for the Rose Bowl! You can stream the Rose Bowl on ESPN. In order to catch the action for less, you’ll want to sign up for Sling Orange. You can watch the Rose Bowl on New Year’s Day, plus more live sports action during the other 364 days of the year. Sports fans will love Sling Orange because it offers top channels across all categories, including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, TNT and ACC Network. Want even more exciting sports content? Add the Sports Extra for $10 a month to get access to 12 additional sports channels including PAC-12 Network, SEC Network, ESPNU and ESPNEWS. When the big day comes and it’s time to tune in to the Rose Bowl, you’ve got options for how you’d like to watch. For the ultimate college football experience, stream ESPN on your big screen with an Xbox One, Roku, Apple TV and more. Or, watch the college football bowl game on the go with your iPhone, Android, Fire Tablet or laptop. Want to learn more about how to watch live college football on Sling? Click here for FAQ.